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Author Archives: Alix Vallecillo

Black Metal enthusiast from Los Angeles who thought was a good idea to grab a camera and shoot underground shows for the hell of it. Pseudo-writer with little to no expectations of ever winning a Pulitzer but totally down to write about your unknown band if it's good to my ears. I enjoy long walks on the beach, deep conversation, holding hands and attending Satanic music shows every now and then.

Lorna Shore denounce the light from their flesh coffin

Posted by on November 16, 2016

Things have been quiet for Lorna Shore in the past few months because they’ve been gearing up to release their newest offering titled Flesh Coffin. To make the announcement more appealing to the fans, the band just released the first single off it, and it’s as brutal as you can imagine. Lorna Shore just premiered […]

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Guns N’ Roses leads Pollstar’s top 20 global concert tour with $5.5M average gross sale per show 

Posted by on November 15, 2016

As we have seen in the Billboard’s Boxscore reports over the past few months, Guns N’ Roses have been doing more than great during their “Not in This Lifetime” reunion tour. Almost every day they played during their North American run pulled more than  $3M in gross sales and that helped them reach the top […]

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Ghost tease Papa Emeritus IV in new video

Posted by on November 15, 2016

Every time Ghost decides to work on a new record, we get the announcement of the arrival of a new Papa Emeritus. Right now, we are on its third incarnation but thanks to cult leader Sister Imperator, we get word about getting ready for a new one. Ghost recently released a new video titled The Summoning VII: […]

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Anthrax’s Joey Belladonna sings national anthem at a Chicago Bulls game

Posted by on November 14, 2016

If you’re a sports fan and attend games on the regular, you have seen every type of talented singer opening the game with the National Anthem. Most of the time, those singers are either local talent, classically trained singers or aspiring pop artists but the Chicago Bulls decided to take a rather heavier route. This […]

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Guitarist Kris Norris calls out Joey Jordison after Vimic departure

Posted by on November 11, 2016

A few months back, ex-Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison announced his new band Vimic which was formed out of the ashes of his previous Scar the Martyr. The band has been revealing big plans of releasing a new album at some point next year, and even a world tour which includes a European run that will […]

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Motley Sue: Band seeking $30m from Crue, alleging mistreatment

Posted by on November 8, 2016

It’s been almost a year since Motley Crue decided to call it a day and perform their final show in Los Angeles, CA, ending  34 years of music and debauchery. If you spend 10 minutes watching footage of their wild years or any of the documentaries, you know the guys were a wild bunch, but […]

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Allegaeon and White Lung singer make amends over crowdfunding comments

Posted by on November 8, 2016

Last week, every news outlet was talking about Colorado tech death band Allegaeon, after they decided to launch a Patreon campaign to stay together as a band and, as you can expect, everyone had an opinion on it (including us). The backlash came from every corner, including from the singer of punk band White Lung, Mish Barber-Way, […]

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Decibel Metal and Beer festival launched, lineup and dates revealed

Posted by on November 7, 2016

Over the past few years, America has been going through an amazing boom of metal festivals throughout the country and we just can’t be happier about it. With the success and massive support these events have received lately, it’s logical that others would jump on board with the idea and the latest one to organize […]

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This is what a non-metal head thinks after listening to metal for 8 hrs straight

Posted by on November 7, 2016

  Have you wondered what non-metal heads think about metal when they listen to it? Someone at Mashable did and decided to conduct a social experiment with one of his co-workers and asked him to listen to nothing but metal for 8 hours straight. At the same time, he also asked another co-worker to listen […]

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Tony Iommi says new Black Sabbath album is a “maybe,” but no touring

Posted by on November 4, 2016

  It must be hard to end something you’ve been doing for almost your entire life and that’s what the legendary Black Sabbath is going through right now with their final tour. The band will call it a day next Febuary when they play their final show in their hometown Birmingham in the UK but […]

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